Interesting idea. what happens if the latex ballon fails can it still operate like a traditional hydration pack?
It's this that leads me to believe you guys aren't even in the biking world and just saw someone using a product, or read the word "sip" in an ad, and decided to make a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.Im not sure what other pack you might have that is pressurized but the common camelbak requires that you "sip", or basically suck the water from the reservoir. Kole'Gear is far different from that in that no sucking is required at all.
Any answer to my inquiry?PCC said:In a recent thread about a product that places the water bladder under the seatpost there were a number of posts about folks who crashed with their hydration packs on and that the bladder cushioned their impact with the ground. How would your latex rubber bladder handle this, especially if it were filled to capacity?
It would seem to me that the latex rubber bladder would not last as long as a plastic bladder like the ones that Camelbak uses.
Here is an instructional video made.MisterC said:If these things spray with pressure like squeezing a water bottle I am all over them. I totally prefer bottles over camelbacks and a hands free bottle would be awesome.
1.75 liters is a little low on the capacity scale though.